I recently co-wrote, in conjunction with medical doctor Leigh Erin Connealy, a comprehensive 21-page report about Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance. Because of the prevalence of these conditions (1% of the population for Celiac and at least 7% for Gluten Intolerance) and the increasing number of patients she's seen diagnosed in her practice -- Dr. Connealy wanted to cover this subject more in depth for readers of her free weekly e-letter, the Newport Natural Health Letter.
Whether you or a loved one suspects gluten may be negatively affecting your health...or if you've been recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease...or even if you've been following a gluten-free diet for years, this report will give you the straight talk on gluten and arm you with the resources you need to successfully follow a gluten-free diet.
Topics include Getting Tested, Distinguishing Between Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance, Grocery Shopping and Eating at Home, Eating Out and Traveling, and Avoiding Gluten in Communion, Prescriptions, and Vitamins. There's also a "Best Of" list with some of my own favorite gluten-free brands that are so tasty you won't miss your old gluten-filled staples.
The Celiac Disease report is FREE when you sign up for Dr. Connealy’s FREE weekly e-letter, which delivers practical health advice on a range of topics, with natural-based solutions to use in your daily life. Just follow the instructions in this link to quickly and easily sign up for the free e-letter — and then download the free report. There's no "catch"...both are free, and you'll soon be on the road to taking control of your health.
It's easy: Once you provide your email address to receive Dr. Connealy's FREE weekly e-letter, you'll then be taken right to a page to download our FREE report: CELIAC DISEASE: The Most Under-Diagnosed Disease In America That You -- Or A Loved One -- May Have....
I look forward to hearing your feedback on the report. Feel free to forward the link -- or this Blog post -- to anyone that might benefit from the FREE report.